gnuplot is a free, open source plotting program that has been in wide use since 1986.
It's used as the graphics backend by many other programs, so plenty of people use gnuplot
without knowing it. If you've used Octave, Maxima, statist, gretl, or the Emacs graphing
calculator, you've already used gnuplot.
Modern Operating Systems For software development professionals and computer science students, Modern Operating Systems gives a solid conceptual overview of operating system design, including detailed case studies of Unix/Linux and Windows 2000.
What makes an operating system modern? According to author Andrew Tanenbaum, it is the awareness of high-demand...
Hybrid Methods in Pattern Recognition The discipline of pattern recognition has seen enormous progress since its beginnings more than four decades ago. Over the years various approaches have emerged, based on statistical decision theory, structural matching and parsing, neural networks, fuzzy logic, artificial intelligence, evolutionary computing, and others. Obviously, these...
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